Cheatham County

Smart shelter practices that save every dog don't have to cost a lot of money, but if money is what is needed here is a model for how local volunteers can help a public shelter @savingcheathamanimals

Our second week on tour coincided with Hurricane Ida, which thankfully skirted around the places we planned to visit mostly dumping a bit of rain here and there. We were able to rearrange our visits and move our one all-day

Cheatham County Animal Control is making the impossible possible. In fact, Cheatham’s director Kristin Reid, used that exact phrase when she explained her attitude towards her new job as director of a shelter that had such atrocious conditions before she